The Kittens of Boxville answers the vexing, age-old question: what would a city constructed by cats look like? Biteable cardboard, of course! Originally published in Japan, this quirky and adorable book features more than a hundred photographs of an energetic group of kittens romping around dozens of miniature cardboard houses, cafés, and restaurants. Here, a daring cat explores an abandoned farmhouse; there, a lonely kitten knocks on a friend's window; and what's that over there? Two kittens hugging!? Appropriately, the book features a diecut cover that reveals an irresistibly cute little kitten peeking through the front (his tail pokes through the back).
|Publisher:||Chronicle Books LLC|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Ryosuke Handa is a Tokyo-based writer and illustrator.
Yoneo Morita is an author and pet photographer in Tokyo.
Tracy Sunrize Johnson is a writer and cat lover. She and her cats, Rob and Shimmy, live in San Francisco.